FFMPU eNewsletter May 2013
In the Loop 2012 summary
The Families and Friends of Missing Persons Unit (FFMPU) is unique in Australia. It is the only unit that works with, and on behalf of, families and friends of missing persons. The FFMPU is funded by the NSW government and is part of the Department of Attorney General and Justice.
FFMPU provides information and support for families and friends of missing persons, service providers in the missing persons sector, and community members affected by the loss of a missing person.
The FFMPU does not search for people. We work closely with search agencies to help those left behind when someone goes missing. If you need assistance searching for someone, or have concerns about the safety or wellbeing of a person, please contact one of the Search Agencies.
This site outlines the ways we provide counselling, information and referral services to those left behind when someone is missing . We also focus on law reform, facilitating and conducting relevant research, the production of publications, and facilitates the sharing of information across agencies in the State, Commonwealth and International missing persons sector.
This website will provide you with the information and support you require about the impact of the loss of a missing person. If you require additional information, please use the Contact Us page to find out how to contact the FFMPU via telephone or email.
An invitation to the next
Sydney group meeting.
1.00pm to 3.00pm
Friday 31 May 2013
Parramatta Justice Precinct
160 Marsden Street, Parramatta
For any questions and to confirm your attendance at either group, contact FFMPU on:
(02) 8688 8173 / 1800 227 772.
The FFMPU runs support groups for people living with the loss of a missing person. Please contact FFMPU for information about upcoming group meetings.
A group for children and young people living with the loss of a missing person.
For details about meetings contact FFMPU on 1800 227 772.